Pitcher Plants Admit it: You hate bugs. So grow plants that eat bugs—pitcher plants (Sarracenia sp.). Native to the South, pitcher plants combine colorful flowers with striking, tube-like pitchers that trap and digest insects. They need sun and acid, moist soil. Order from plantdelights.com.
majestic longleaf pine ecosystem with Pitcher plants found at Splinter Hill Bog, Alabama. Photo by Tiffany Woods.
Hardwicke's Woolly Bat (Kerivoula hardwickii) in Lampanut, central Kalimantan. This bat nests in the shelter of carnivorous pitcher plants